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[ANCHOR=Marya]

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[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=@Brent1;]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
Football's number one defense is matched against the number one offense for the first time in the history of the Super Bowl, plus
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V-M-I prepares to make history with a historical premiere we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Super-Bowl]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Super Bowl 37]

Today's the day football fans - and commercial fans - have been waiting for: Super Bowl Sunday. But preparations for game day in San Diego has turned up more than expected. Yesterday, dozens of illegal immigrants were caught in a security round up.
As Chris Lawrance tells us, the INS investigated 15,000 people with access to the stadium including security guards and taxi drivers as part of Superbowl security efforts.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=when the sun goes down]
[SUPER=03-San Diego, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jordan Budd/ACLU Legal Director; :51]
[SUPER=01-Bill Gore/FBI Special Agent; :1:16]
[SUPER=01-Chris Lawrence/Reporting; :1:25]
[RUNS=1:38]
[OUT Q=standard]

((When the sun goes down, San Diego wakes up and 100,000 people pack into a few blocks downtown.

(NAT)


The Super Bowl parties go on until all hours, and even though you may not see them ..police are there patrolling every block. Security is even tighter around the stadium. Only ticket holders can get anywhere near it, and even they aren't allowed to park there. Bomb-sniffing dogs have been out each day. And everyone has to pass through one of the 90 metal detectors.

(CHRIS LAWRENCE/CBS NEWS)

"But some say security has gone too far, especially when it comes to Super Bowl workers."
Federal agents have added the names of 1,000 workers to a list of people they're screening for immigration violations. In Operation Game Day, the INS has already arrested 69 people, mostly cab drivers and security workers. About half had criminal records, ranging from robbery to domestic violence.

(JORDAN BUDD/ACLU LEGAL DIRECTOR)

"The INS has acknowledged that not a single person has been detained they have any basis to suspect of terrorist activity."
The ACLU says if the government was so concerned about security, why limit the searches only to immigrants?

(BUDD)

"They're just rounding up immigrants in the name of national security. Perhaps to give the appearance of doing something, when in fact they're making no one any safer, and succeeding only in scapegoating the immigrant community."
But federal agents say it's making the event safer.

(SPECIAL AGENT BILL GORE/FBI)

"If this person's involved with security for one of the major national events of this country, the Super Bowl, and they've violated the law well, I think that poses a legitimate security concern and should be addressed."
The agency is still searching for 40 more workers, and may not finish its plan by game time. Chris Lawrence CBS News San Diego. ))

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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=02-49 TC-1:10:44]
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One of Roanoke's stars may shine in the Super Bowl later today - but the city hopes to make its own star shine from coast to coast one day.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Tuesday;]

But how should the city market itself in an effort to lure new residents to Roanoke and boost tourism? The city, with the approval of city council, has hired a company to help answer those questions.
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[SOT 19:14:20]
[IN Q=What we want to do ]
[SUPER=01-Chris Slone/Roanoke City Spokesman;]

((WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS SAY IS WHAT ARE OUR GOALS WHICH IS THE MESSAGE WE SHOULD BE SENDING OUT TO EVERYONE ELSE IN THE WORLD WHAT SEPARATES US FROM EVERYONE ELSE AND THE OTHER CITY'S OUT THERE, AND THEN HOW SHOULD WE COMMUNICATE THAT MESSAGE AND TO WHOM SHOULD WE COMMUNICATE THAT MESSAGE AND USING WHAT CHANNELS ALL OF THAT IS WHAT A MARKETING IDENTITY IS ABOUT. ))
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[OUT Q=identity is about.]
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[VO-NAT]

City council has allocated 300- thousand dollars for the marketing initiative. Slone says a firm has been selected and that the money will cover the cost of the contract plus any additional costs.

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[11Gods-Generals]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-53 TC-31:21]
[GRAPHIC=none]

V-M-I is also getting a "premiere" chance to shine. The school will host the movie premiere of "Gods and Generals" next month.
But this weekend, the History Channel went to V-M-I to see how the movie compares to history. Justin McLeod has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Lexington; :00]
[SUPER=01-Keith Gibson/Virginia Military Institute; :14]
[SUPER=04-August 2001; :23]
[SUPER=@justin1; :55 (QUICK)]
[RUNS=1:46]
[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Lexington]

((((NAT SOUND OF HELICOPTER LANDING AT 24:39))
The History Channel has landed in on the campus for VMI for the weekend.
They're here to film an upcoming episode of History vs. Hollywood.
[SOT 4:44]
[IN Q=And of course]

((COL. KEITH GIBSON/VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE: AND OF COURSE COMING TO VMI BECAUSE HISTORICALLY THIS IS WHERE SO MUCH OF THAT FILM ORIGINATED.))
[Runs= 07]
[OUT Q=film originated]


That film is Gods and Generals.
It's a prequel to the movie "Gettsyburg."
More than a year ago, film makers used the campus of VMI as backdrops for several scenes in the civil war movie.
[SOT 17:58]
[IN Q=It was very important]

((COL. KEITH GIBSON: IT WAS VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE DIRECTOR RON MAXWELL OF GODS AND GENERALS TO BE ABLE TO FILM ON THE ACTUAL HISTORIC SITES, PARTICULARLY ONE SO RECOGNIZABLE AS VMI.))
[Runs= 11]
[OUT Q=recognizable as VMI]


And for that reason, the Virginia premiere for the movie will take place here at VMI.
It is a black tie gala scheduled for February 13th.
The film's director and some of the actors plan to attend.
[SOT 41:43]
[IN Q=In many ways]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: IN MANY WAYS THIS WILL BE TREATED LIKE A HOLLYWOOD EVENT. THERE WILL BE A RED CARPET HERE ON THE ROADWAY LEADING UP TO JACKSON MEMORIAL HALL WHERE THE ACTUAL SCREENING WILL TAKE PLACE. THAT EVENT IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT BUT THERE WILL BE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC TO GATHER OUT HERE TO MEET AND GREET THE STARS.))
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[OUT Q=greet the stars]

((NAT SOUND OF COLONEL TALKING ABOUT THE SCREEN AT 11:43))
Nearly 500-hundred people will actually be inside for the screening.
Preparations are already underway to convert this historic building into a movie theater.
[SOT 9:08]
[IN Q=It's sort of a history]

((COL. KEITH GIBSON: IT'S A SORT OF A HISTORY MAKING EVENT FOR PREMIERES IN VIRGINIA. THIS WILL BE THE FIRST TIME I UNDERSTAND THAT A PREMIERE IN VIRGINIA WILL USE A DIGITAL FORMAT AS OPPOSED TO PHYSICAL FILM.))
[Runs= 12]
[OUT Q=to physical film]


It is a film that's getting a lot of attention on the big screen and soon the small one.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Lexington.))

[11VMI-RATS]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-46 TC-1:51:37]
[GRAPHIC=VMI]

First year students at V-M-I pushed their limits - in the name of tradition.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=NAT SOUND OF SHOUTING]
[RUNS=:04]
[OUT Q=NAT SOUND OF SHOUTING]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington]


Yesterday was the day that Rats officially become fourth class or freshmen.
It's a ritual that once completed means a cadet is accepted into the V-M-I family.
But getting there takes several hours of intense physical effort.
One obstacle has cadets pushing a bus across a field.
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[SOT 23:28]
[IN Q=They definetely have]

((KEN WHITE/DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS: THEY DEFINITELY HAVE TO BE IN SHAPE TO GET THIS DONE. IT IS VERY PHYSICAL, THERE'S NO QUESTION ABOUT IT. THEY HAVE TO BE IN SHAPE AND THE RATS ARE IN OUTSTANDING SHAPE NOT ONLY THROUGH THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES THEY TAKE BUT THE PHYSICAL TRAINING ON THEIR OWN.))
[SUPER=01-Ken White/Director of Communications]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=on their own]
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[VO-NAT]


Break-out ends with a ceremony where the RATS become full fledged cadets.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=jen]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Beauty, poise, grace - and babies took center stage yesterday -
[ANCHOR=Brent]

Coming up [LIVE PIC OF PAGEANT WINNERS ON PS] We'll introduce you to some of Roanoke's newest representatives.
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[Lotto]
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[Sunday-Shapeup]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=]
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Whether you want sleek, toned arms or just to show definition, a great way to start is with a bicep curl. But making sure you have the right form is key. Here's Brent with today's Sunday Shape-Up.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=This Morning on ]
[SUPER=01-Annette Martel/Roanoke Athletic Club]
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[Tiny-Miss]


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[WRITER=jen]
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The Tiny Miss Star City pageant took over Tanglewood mall this weekend - in hopes of finding some little beauties to represent the Roanoke Valley. The pageant is also a fundraiser for the upcoming Miss Roanoke Valley scholarship pageant. Here to tell us more - and to introduce us to yesterday's winners is Shaunna Payne, the current Miss Roanoke Valley.


[SUPER=01-Shaunna Payne/Miss Roanoke Valley]


((BRENT AND MARYA AD LIB)) [BRENT AND MARYA AD LIB]

[SUPER=01-Kaleigh Dalton/Baby Miss Star City;]
[SUPER=01-Suzie Dalton/Kaleigh's Mom;]
[SUPER=01-Ryan Ramos/Pre-Teen Miss Star City;]
[SUPER=01-Stephanie Jessee/Junior Miss Star City;]
[SUPER=01-Megan Jesee/Senior Miss Star City;]


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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=jen]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning......
A fast moving internet virus has left the world-wide web creeping along with many people unable to log on, or even gain access their bank accounts.

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Plus, one tabloid talk show host is singing a new tune -- he's considering a run for the U-S senate.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to hello]

[Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Iraq]


President Bush is working the phones from the White House this weekend.
He's calling allies, trying to ease international worries about a war with Iraq.
Though Bush has no plans to declare war in Tuesday's State of the Union address, Secretary of State Colin Powell says time is running out for Iraq.
Elizabeth Palmer has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=As the UN]
[SUPER=01-Mohammed Amin/Iraqi Scientific Advisor; :27]
[SUPER=01-Elizabeth Palmer/CBS News; 1:32]
[RUNS=1:51]
[OUT Q=CBS News, Baghdad.]

((Inspectors today leaving Canal Hotel)(RTV)
As the UN Inspectors set out from their compound....

(video of man being wrestled - and man in car)


a man at the entrance - armed with knives - was wrestled to the ground by guards.
Later - another man tried to climb into one of their jeeps...shouting in Arabic
"save me save me."
The animosity - and the pressure is growing here.

(THE REST IS CBS)



(Inspectors with detection device going over farmer's ground)


But if Iraq is the haystack...the inspectors don't appear to have found a needle....
That's a relief for Saddam Husseins' officials.

(SUPER: Grl. Hussan Muhammed Amin, Iraqi Inspection Directorate)



sot: MR. BLIX'S REPORT WILL BE NEITHER BLACK NOR WHITE BUT GREY.



(FILE 1998 UNSCOM inspectors in chem suits - DISSOLVE TO GRAPHICS)


Grey because - according to the UN - Iraq hasn't come clean on a few things.

(GRAPHICS - UNSCOM men under BULLET reading:


>MISSING NERVE GAS AND ANTHRAX)
First - the inspectors are not convinced that Iraq has destroyed stocks of nerve gas and anthrax from the 1990's.
The US flatly doesn't believe it.
The Iraqis say they disappeared during violent uprisings in the early 1990's.

(GRAFX dissolve into SOT)



(SUPER: General Amer Al Saadi, Iraqi Scientific Advisor)


You don't have evidence to the contrary. If they have they would come up with it right away.

(GRAPHICS - U2 Spy Plane and No-Fly Zone file under BULLET reading:


>USE OF U2 SPY PLANE OVER IRAQ - and can we work in map showing no fly-zone please)
The UN also doesn't like Iraq's conditions on the use of a U2 spy plane to look for weapons.
The Iraqis have agreed to it ...but only if the United States and Britain ground the warplanes that patrol the no-fly zone.

(GRAPHIC - Iraqi white coat scientists under BULLET reading:


" INTERVIEW SCIENTISTS IN PRIVATE")
Finally - the UN wants to interview Iraqi scientists in private...without government supervision.
In theory - Iraq has agreed:

(SUPER: General Muhhammed Amin, Iraqi Scientific Advisor)


BITE: The decision to make the interview belongs to the scientist himself.
but so far not one scientist has consented.....
It's not clear whether they are more nervous about being misrepresented by the UN - or mistreated by Saddam Hussein.
ON CAMERA
All indications are that Monday's report to the Security Council won't contain conclusive proof that Iraq has banned weapons....
However, it will say that the Iraqis are not cooperating fully. That may be grounds for suspicion... the US will have to decide if it's ground for war. EP CBS NEWS Baghdad.)

[Springer]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Controversial talk show host Jerry Springer is once again talking politics.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tunica Co., MS;]


After singing at a Mississippi casino, Springer said he's considering running as a Democrat for the U-S Senate in Ohio in the next election.
Springer is a former Cincinnati mayor and councilman.
Springer acknowleges his talk show could work against him.
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[SOT last bite 10:54:33]
[IN Q=If I ever]

((JERRY SPRINGER: If I ever went back into politics I shouldn't be elected because of the show because it's irrelevant. What is relevant is people's lives, that's where we have to concentrate on."))
[SUPER=01-Jerry Springer/Talk Show Host;]
[RUNS=:09]
[OUT Q=concentrate on.]
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[VO-NAT]


It may not be any indication of his appeal to voters, but Springer sang before a sold-out crowd at the Grand Casino Saturday night in Mississippi.
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[Abandoned-Kids]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=NET]
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Miami firefighters responding to a water leak Saturday made a startling discovery.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Miami, FL;]


A two-year-old boy and six-month infant girl were found abandoned in the house.
The infant was left in a crib and the toddler strapped in a car seat with his wrist tied to a closet door.
There were several inches of water on the floor around them.
The children's parents have not been found yet.
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[Chained-Boy]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL;]


In Chicago, police discovered a three-year-old boy chained to his bed.
The boy was a foster child, left in the care of his grandmother.
Police say he was wearing only a plastic diaper and the chain was wrapped several times around his neck.
Detectives discovered him as they searched his grandmother's home for drugs.
She told police she chained him at night to keep him from going to the refrigerator.
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[Internet-Virus]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=NONE]


It may take several days to see the full extent of the damage caused by a massive internet virus.
The fast-spreading infection slowed down email, knocked out some A-T-Ms and shut down some corporate and government computers.
Jennifer Miller has details.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=For several]
[SUPER=01-Stephen Sabludowsky/Internet Consultant; :27]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News; :37]
[SUPER=01-Larry Magid/CBS Computer Analyst; :50]
[RUNS=1:23]
[OUT Q=CBS News, New York.]


((FOR SEVERAL HOURS SATURDAY, BUYING A BOOK ... PLANNING A TRIP (NAT) ... OR SIMPLY GETTING MAIL WAS SLOW-GOING FOR MILLIONS OF INTERNET USERS AROUND THE WORLD. THE CULPRIT -- A FAST-SPREADING, VIRUS-LIKE INFECTION THAT OVERWHELMED COMPUTER SERVERS ... AND CAUSED GLOBAL MAYHEM FOR WEB BROWSERS AND EMAIL DELIVERY. THE ELECTRONIC INVADER HAS BEEN DUBBED "SAPPHIRE" AND "SLAMMER". BUT WHATEVER IT'S CALLED, THE RESULTS ARE THE SAME.

(SOT: STEPHEN SABLUDOWSKY/INTERNET CONSULTANT)

"When servers go down, the websites go down and people get quite angry because they don't know what the problem is."

(STANDUP - BRIDGE)


EXPERTS SAY SATURDAY'S VIRUS-LIKE ATTACK IS SIMILAR TO THE CODE RED VIRUS THAT STRUCK THE INTERNET IN THE SUMMER OF 2001. THIS ONE TAKES ADVANTAGE OF A KNOWN FLAW IN POPULAR MICROSOFT SOFTWARE.

(NAT)


THE FLAW ALLOWS HACKERS TO SEIZE CONTROL OF CORPORATE DATABASE SERVERS.

(SOT: LARRY MAGID/CBS COMPUTER ANALYST)

"Well it's estimated about 22-thousand servers were affected ...It's enough to have some impact on traffic."
AND ON YOUR WALLET. THE COMPUTER WORM WOUND ITS WAY INTO SYSTEMS USED BY BANK OF AMERICA ... SHUTTING DOWN SERVICE TO SOME OF THE BANK'S 13-THOUSAND ATM'S. ITS FAR REACHING TENTACLES ALSO TAMPERED WITH FEDERAL AGENCIES, EVEN THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT. THE FBI IS INVESTIGATING, BUT THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS MAY NOT DETERMINE THE SCOPE OF THE DAMAGE FOR DAYS. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))


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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up on News 7 Sunday Moring - Meet a Lynchburg man who's found strength through a disability.
[ANCHOR=Brent]

and [LIVE SHOT PROM DRESSES] it's the time every high school girl dreams about - Prom - and we have a sneak peak at this year's hottest fashions coming up. But first, if you're traveling today........ [Brent ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Brent MIC hot] [ No 2-shot toss go straight to Travel Bump] [soft music under]

[Profile-Open]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
[NEWSCAST=Sun-AM]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=Va. Profile]
[GRAPHIC=Va. Profile wx monitor]

He's never held elected office, scored a game-winning touchdown or graced the cover of a magazine.
And yet, Phil Theisen (THIGH-son) is a familiar face around central Virginia.
Steve Smallshaw tells us more about the man who has long been a voice for disabled persons in this week's "Virginia Profile".
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Up until]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Phil Theisen/Lynchburg Depressive Disorders Association; :26]
[SUPER=04-File Tape; :38]
[SUPER=@ssm2; 1:38]
[RUNS=2:13]
[OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.]


(( Up until 1985, Phil Theisen was your average, every-day citizen.
Then his wife, Linda, was diagnosed with clinical depression.. a lifetime medical condition that they later decided to talk about publicly.
[SOT 2:51:06]

((PHIL THEISEN/LYNCHBURG DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS ASSOC'N: ACTUALLY IN THE BEGINNING IT'S INCREDIBLY DIFFICULT TO MAKE THAT FIRST STEP, GOING PUBLIC WITH YOUR SITUATION.))
[RUNS= 09]
[OUT Q=your situation.]
[SOT 2:51:35]

((WE'VE NEVER REGRETTED IT, NEITHER HER NOR I. BECAUSE YOU'RE HELPING OTHER PEOPLE COME TO TERMS WITH THEIR MEDICAL CONDITIONS, YOU'RE ALSO ATTEMPTING TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF PEOPLE WHO SUFFER, THROUGH YOUR ADVOCACY EFFORTS.))
[RUNS= 17]
[OUT Q=advocacy efforts.]


So for 15 years, Theisen and his wife have been active in the Lynchburg Depressive Disorders Association.. a group that advocates for those who suffer from some form of mental disability.
[SOT 2:50:38]

((THEISEN: I THINK EVERYONE SHOULD DO SOMETHING TO BENEFIT THE GOOD OF THE OVERALL COMMUNITY. THIS JUST SEEMED THE APROPRIATE THING FOR MYSELF AND TO LINDA, BEING THAT WE HAD A PERSONAL INVOLVEMENT IN IT.))
[RUNS= 13]
[OUT Q=in it.]


So this former cop and social worker has spent years banging out letters to the editor, lobbying politicians and putting pressure on those he feels could do better by the disabled.
His efforts sometimes have raised hackles..
[natsot file tape ]

(( ))
[RUNS= 06]

...but more often they raise awareness about the struggles disabled persons face on a daily basis.
[SOT 3:00:17]

((THEISEN: THE PUBLIC AWARENESS IS THE KEY, THAT'S REALLY WHAT WE'RE ABOUT. NOT ONLY OURSELVES BUT HELPING OTHER PEOPLE TO SPEAK OUT IF THEY FEEL COMFORTABLE TO SPEAK OUT.))
[RUNS= 12]
[OUT Q=to speak out.]


Lately, Theisen's work has expanded to include social issues such as the controversial murals in Lynchburg's courtrooms.. murals which are now gone thanks in part to his efforts.
He's also still pressuring the city to install railings on the Rivermont bridge, where several people have jumped to their death over the years.
In retirement, Theisen says he has more time to devote to causes that some might never consider.
[SOT 2:55:42]

((THEISEN: WHY NOT? THAT'S REALLY THE QUESTION, WHY NOT? THERE'S A NEED, WHY NOT HELP?))
[RUNS= 07]
[OUT Q=why not help?]


It's a question Theisen answered many years ago.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))


[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=Health Review 2 1:00:54]
[GRAPHIC=Health Review]


In health review,
We'll show a form of yoga for people with heart disease. And the flu is just one of many viruses going around in schools.
Plus, find out how the rescue mission's health center is saving lives.
Joy Sutton has details.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Since it opened six months ago]
[SUPER=01-Sandy Sayre/Family Nurse Practitioner; :14]
[SUPER=07-James Lockhart; :43]
[SUPER=01-Debbie Stevens/The Yoga Center; 1:07]
[SUPER=01-Dr. John Moore/Carilion Pediatric Associates; 1:24]
[SUPER=@Joy2; 1:45]
[RUNS=1:51]
[OUT Q=I'm Joy Sutton]

[502-06, 1:17:31]

(( Since it opened six months ago, the Rescue Mission's health care center for the homeless has served more than 4-hundred patients and given out 170-thousand dollars worth of free care.
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[IN Q=Just being able to treat illness]

((JUST BEING ABLE TO TREAT ILLNESS SOMETIMES CAN TURN SOMEBODY AROUND TO THE POINT WHERE THEY CAN GET BACK INTO HOUSING AND REESTABLISH THEMSELVES AS A PRODUCTIVE MEMBER OF SOCIETY ))
[RUNS= 12]
[OUT Q=productive member of society]


Sayre says the center has also alleviated the burden on emergency rooms by offering free health care. The center hopes to offer more services in the future in the way of preventive care. [tape 502-08, 1:23:47]
In other health news,
It's a more gentle form of yoga designed for people who have had a heart attack, surgery or are living with heart disease.
In fact, with cardiac yoga most of the exercises are done while sitting in a chair.
(///// SOT /////)
[IN Q=I don't look like the type to do yoga]

((I DON'T LOOK LIKE THE TYPE TO DO YOGA BUT GIVEN ANYTHING I'D GIVE IT A TRY. AND AT THE TIME I WAS KIND OF DEPRESSED ABOUT HAVING HEART ATTACK ANYWAY. SO THIS IS THE FIRST THING I DID POSITIVE FOR MY HEART))
[RUNS= 15]
[OUT Q=for my heart]


Yoga Instructor Debbie Stevens says it's also good way to loosen up scar tissue that occurs while the body is healing and recovering.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT19:25]
[IN Q=It's good for stretching]

(( IT'S GOOD FOR STRETCHING. IT'S ALSO GOOD for STRENGTHENING. AGAIN AFTER YOU'VE HAD INJURY OR SURGERY YOU'RE BODY IS IN A WEAKENED CONDITION AND IT NEEDS TO COME BACK SO YOGA HELPS STRENGTHEN AS YOGA HELPS TO STRENGTHEN AS WELL))
[RUNS= 12]
[OUT Q=strengthen as well]

[tape 02-45, 1:45:54]
Local Pediatricians say they're seeing an increase in sick kids, particularly those with the flu.
(///// SOT /////)
[IN Q=With what's going around right now]

((DR. JOHN MOORE/CARILION PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATES OF ROANOKE VALLEY; USUALLY WITH WHAT'S GOING AROUND RIGHT NOW THE FEVER TENDS TO COME ON FIRST STARTING AROUND 100 BUT TYPICALLY GOING UP PRETTY DRAMATICALLY TO ABOUT 102, 103. SOME CHILDREN ARE STARTING WITH A CLEAR RUNNY NOSE AND SOME CHILDREN ARE STARTING WITH SOME THROWING UP))
[RUNS= 15]
[OUT Q=with some throwing up]


Moore says while it's too late this year to give your child the flu vaccine, parents should strongly this consider this option next year.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton. ))

[STRAIGHT TO BUMP]


[Prom-Show]


[ANCHOR=Marya at PS]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]


[marya/brent/guest on stools at ps] [models will walk on stage and the talent and guest will talk about them.]
Prom is just around the corner - and now is the time to start thinking about the most important part - the clothes!

[ANCHOR=BRENT]

AND We have some help today. Brides House and Formals is here to show us what's hot this season.
***BE SURE TO ASK ABOUT FUNDRAISER***
[SUPER=01-Anita Schmitt/Brides House and Formals; ]

[ad lib] ((ad lib))

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The Brides House Prom fashion show - Footloose and Fancy Free - is NEXT Sunday, February 2nd at the Cinema Cafe from one to four.. Proceeds go to benefit the winning school's after prom party.
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[MARYA INTRO'S SPORTS NEXT]
[2BIRTHDAYS!] 1/27/03
Monday:

[SUPER=130-13/Todd Harris/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-90/Georgia Richardson/Martinsville]



[SUPER=130-13/Kenneth Wright, III/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-8/Andrew Buchanan/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-/Lewis Compton/Penhook]



[SUPER=130-25/Latisha Suggs/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-15/Misti Hoke/Cloverdale]



[SUPER=130-7/Lacey Guilliams/Ferrum]



[SUPER=130-5/Kyle Campell/Salem]


No Pictures:

[SUPER=131-21/Yusef Brown/Roanoke]



[SUPER=131-72/Bernard Spangler/Selma]



[SUPER=131-/Dennis Patterson/Lexington]



[SUPER=131-/Billie Craghead/Lynchburg]



[SUPER=131-/Shelia Witcher/Rocky Mount]



[SUPER=131-27/William Harris/Roanoke]



[SUPER=131-81/Genellete Thompson/Roanoke]



[SUPER=131-/Junior Law/Snow Creek]



[SUPER=131-/Norma Knopp/Roanoke]

[SUPER=131-14/Trenton Kershner/Roanoke]